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City of Long Beach 2040 General Plan; Land Use & Urban Design Element Update

  • 13-Oct-2017
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • The Grand, Long Beach, CA
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What it is:

The City of Long Beach General Plan is a policy document required by State law, which sets forth the goals, policies, and directions the City will take to achieve the vision of the community.

What it will do:

The way we live and work has changed a lot since 1989. The new Long Beach 2040 General Plan Land Use and Urban Design Elements provide strategies to:

  • Address demand for housing, employment, and lifestyle choices for today and tomorrow
  • Guide where new development is located and what it should look like
  • Protect the existing character of single family neighborhoods
  • Preserve and protect our environment for future generations
  • Improve pedestrian experience and increase walkability
  • Aim to reduce the number of residents (76%) who commute out of Long Beach for work
  • Encourage larger open spaces by allowing a moderate increase in height limits in transit-oriented and mixed-use areas


A city that thrives:

  • Long Beach is an urban metropolis by the sea
  • Long Beach is multi-modal, supporting pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists
  • Long Beach is sustainable, shrinking our environmental footprint and improving health
Date: Friday October 13, 2017
Time: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Location: The Grand
4101 E Willow St
Long Beach, CA 90815

Speaker: City of Long Beach

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